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  • Latest Rugby News, Scores, Results and Match Reports - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Read Most Shared Most Commented Robbie Henshaw to move as Connacht confirm exit Guinness Pro 12 Ulster living life on the edge with win over Glasgow Guinness Pro 12 Stuart McCloskey s ban damages Ulster s Pro12 title bid Guinness Pro 12 Sad Munster s lack of leadership is startling Guinness Pro 12 There is plenty of room for Ulster to improve says Louis Ludik Guinness Pro 12 Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland More than 500 000 watch Drumquin Northern Ireland men s sofa struggles Northern Ireland A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams ex body guard Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Multiple car crash on M1 citybound in Belfast Belfast footbridge plan still being pushed despite 7m funding shortfall Also in this section Video Ulster s Craig Gilroy up for the big challenge of Glasgow at the Kingspan Ulster s Craig Gilroy believes Ulster face a tough challenge when Video Ulster s Kyle McCall ready to make his mark in Glasgow clash Ulster s Kyle McCall says it s great the side are currently sitting Video Rugby legends Stephen Ferris and Alan Quinlan access Ireland s RBS Six Nations Former Ireland stars Stephen Ferris and Alan Quinlan have given Video Ulster s Les Kiss sees a tight fought game against Glasgow in Kingspan clash Ulster have a job to do in their home Pro 12 match against Video RBS Six Nations and Triple Crown trophies visit the Belfast Telegraph The two most prestigious trophies in European rugby have briefly Video Former Ireland players Stephen Ferris and Alan Quinlan pay tribute to Former Ireland rugby stars Alan Quinlan and Stephen Ferris Video Ulster players pay tribute to former Ireland captain Paul O Connell Ulster rugby players Kyle McCall and Craig Gilroy have paid Video Six Nations George Hook Tom McGurk and Mick Quinn discuss Ireland v George Hook and Tom McGurk have hit out at the cruel Six Six Nations Ireland v France in Paris photos Manchester United v Sunderland photos Ulster v Glasgow Warriors Pro12 Photos West Ham v Liverpool FA Cup Photos Royal Shrovetide Football match Photos Royal Shrovetide Football match Thousands watched the often chaotic action sweep back and Run Forest Run Antrim Castle Gardens Photos Ulster v Newport Gwent Dragons Guinness Pro 12 Photos Jonathan Rea honoured by third Irish Rider of Year crown World Cup World Cup Rugby World Cup New Casement Park will capture the world The world s best XV rugby players from Pocock and Burger to Carter and The curtain has finally lowered on what will

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/guinness-pro12/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Six Nations Rugby - News, Fixtures, Results, Comment & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    RBS 6 Nations title slipping away after a 10 9 defeat to France punished in Paris for poor scrummaging and wasting a host of half chances Six Nations Rory Best backs Sexton to dish out Paris agony Rory Best expects Johnny Sexton to weave his magic and mastermind a memorable victory for Ireland in Paris today Six Nations Andrew Trimble fit to be the king of France once again As Andrew Trimble lowers himself into an ice bath forces himself through another recovery session or goes through any number of stretches intended just to keep his body in one piece the accompanying grimaces come despite the Ulster star knowing this is Six Nations Carolan s young guns unable to repeat past heroics Nigel Carolan s Under 20 side were out muscled in the second half in Narbonne as they fell to their second defeat of the Six Nations Six Nations French will bleed for shirt says Lock Paul Jedrasiak France have vowed to restore their famed spiked helmet ferocity against Ireland in Paris today Six Nations Lessons learnt at World Cup can pay dividends for Ireland Familiarity has bred confidence in Irish teams travelling to France Professionalism has undoubtedly helped level the playing field prior to that back in Five Nations time the biennial hiding in Paris was part and parcel of the Irish rugby cycle and we accepted it Six Nations Rory Best is urging Ireland to fly out of the traps Ireland captain Rory Best has plenty of reasons not to get carried away with his side s recent record against today s Six Nations opponents France George Hook Simon Zebo has been inexplicably overlooked by Ireland and Munster We will never know if Simon Zebo did enough against Wales last weekend to hang on to the Ireland XV jersey in Paris on Saturday Six Nations France v Ireland Five Ireland players with a point to prove Ireland s chances of retaining their Six Nations crown will hang by a thread unless they emerge from Paris with a victory tomorrow and a number of Irish players will have extra incentive to leave their mark on the game Six Nations France v Ireland Noves boys aiming to front up and hit old enemy hard France will blast Ireland with the double hit of new props Jefferson Poirot and Uini Atonio in tomorrow s RBS 6 Nations battle in Paris according to Guy Noves Six Nations France v Ireland Joe Schmidt praying lack of prep time won t unsettle Irish Head coach Joe Schmidt yesterday admitted that this has been one of the most difficult preparation weeks of his Ireland career as he readies his side to face France in Paris tomorrow 2 25pm kick off more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented George Hook Johnny Sexton needs to go talk to his wife and parents Six Nations This is the team Joe built and it doesn t

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/six-nations/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Latest Rugby News, Scores, Results and Match Reports - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    6 Nations Versatile Reidy happy to pitch into frantic endgame Coming from All Black stock Sean Reidy is expected to be versatile but the 26 year old admits it was a bit of a surprise to line out at centre the first time Ulster took on today s opponents Oyonnax Cave makes return to team weakened by loss of key men Ulster s Darren Cave will return for the province against Oyonnax 1pm kick off after six weeks out this afternoon but Les Kiss s starting line up is without three key men who took on Saracens last time out Ulster out to seize bonus of a final shot at success in match against Oyonnax Ulster must show they ve learnt from their painful defeats in the big games if they are to return to the top of the European game according to Irish international back Jared Payne Ulster Rugby v Oyonnax Major setback as Best Pienaar McCloskey and Herbst out of Ulster Rugby have suffered a major setback with Rory Best Ruan Pienaar Stuart McCloskey and Wiehahn Herbst all out of the starting line up at Saturday s crucial European Champions Cup game against Oyonnax Determined Darren Cave ready to fight for his Ulster shirt It was just one of those things Wrong place wrong time and all that The impact of the early tackle in last December s game with Edinburgh left Darren Cave with no option but to leave the field and begin fretting at the length of time he would be out and just how All out attack is Ulster s last European Champions Cup hope Stephen Ferris Stephen Ferris has backed Ulster to rack up the scores against Oyonnax at the Kingspan Stadium tomorrow as they seek to hunt down a quarter final place in the European Champions Cup Ulster seven are named in Irish squad as Ashton banned While Rory Best s appointment as captain dominated the talk surrounding Ireland s Six Nations squad announcement yesterday the hooker was one of seven Ulster players receiving good news Ulster must turn up the heat against Oyonnax says Doak As an avid follower of the NFL s New England Patriots it s perhaps no surprise that Ulster head coach Neil Doak has been paraphrasing the do your job mantra of his trans Atlantic counterpart Bill Belichick this week Ulster s Stuart McCloskey awaits Ireland s call for Six Nations Ulster s losing trip to Saracens Allianz Park provided Stuart McCloskey with the toughest test of his young career to date but the inside centre hopes bigger challenges lie ahead in the coming months Ulster now have date with Euro destiny after Saracens defeat Ulster s route to the Champions Cup quarter finals has become more complex after they failed to take a single point against Saracens for the second time this season Alternative Ulster Kingspan Kiss of life puts Sarries coach McCall on big game alert Saracens head coach Mark McCall has warned his players they

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/european-champions-cup/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Northern Ireland Schools Cup Rugby - News, Fixtures & Results - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Schools Cup on five occasions but the last time was in the Eighties and that s something coach Jason Morgan wants to rectify starting with a second round win over Limavady Grammar Banbridge denied by late show against Antrim Grammar Disappointment for Banbridge as after being ahead for the whole game they conceded a last kick of the tie penalty to give Antrim Grammar the narrowest of victories Foyle breeze past Belfast High There was little between the teams in the first half but High School with the wind advantage failed to use it and two late penalties gave the visitors a 13 7 advantage at the halfway stage Dungannon set a high early standard with seven try blitz The most convincing victory of the Schools Cup second round was at Royal School Dungannon where the home team ran in seven tries in a 45 10 triumph over Carrickfergus Grammar Coach Dougherty glad to see Armagh weather the storm against Larne Grammar The weather deteriorated quickly during Royal School Armagh s 10 3 triumph over Larne Grammar School and some players were affected by the icy conditions at the Shore Road Jordanstown Both teams had to adapt and it was Armagh who coped better to progress Portadown College prove too good for Lurgan A much improved second half resulted in Portadown College narrowly defeating Lurgan College to secure a home second round tie against Friends School Friends show decisive edge for Wellington College win Friends School will be hoping for better playing conditions to show off their skills when they travel to Portadown College for their second round game in the Danske Bank Schools Cup after digging deep to win 22 3 at Wellington College Woods try double brings House down Two tries by Limavady Grammar captain Mark Woods helped his team to a comfortable 27 13 Danske Bank Schools Cup victory over Cambridge House under floodlights at Eaton Park Stewart leads the second half rout as Omagh progress Omagh Academy scored 31 unanswered second half points to beat Belfast High 34 7 in the second round of the Danske Bank Medallion Shield Cambridge House are aiming to light up the tournament It s 10 weeks until the Danske Bank Schools Cup final on St Patrick s Day but the first round starts this evening 7 30pm when Cambridge House entertain Limavady Grammar under the Eaton Park floodlights in the first of seven weekend ties Revenge in air for Wellington as they face Friends They are ready for the challenge and it seems a sizeable one as Wellington College prepare to host Friends School Lisburn tomorrow in the Danske Bank Schools Cup first round kick off 10 30am more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Schools Cup Inst show class of champions as they thrash Coleraine Schools Cup Kerr bags crucial try for Bangor Schools Cup Schools Cup Sullivan hit by serious injury to skipper Jordan in Regent

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/rugby/schools-cup/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ulster GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    21 team Enda Gormley a 1993 All Ireland winner with Derry is still stockpiling honours with Watty Grahams Maghera who he has served so well for three decades Ciaran Gourley s men seeking revenge in quarter final Former Tyrone star Ciaran Gourley embarks on a sporting mission tomorrow that he hopes will prove a stepping stone to glory for the St Patrick s Academy Dungannon football team he coaches Boss Oisin McConville is making sure Crossmaglen know the score Don t concede a goal That s the warning Crossmaglen Rangers joint manager Oisin McConville has given his side ahead of tomorrow s All Ireland club semi final against Connacht champions Castlebar Mitchels at Kingspan Breffni Park Cavan Queen s are left gutted as their fightback falls short A week of frustration ended in heartbreak for Queen s as they were pipped at the post by University of Limerick in yesterday s Sigerson Cup quarter final in Limerick Jordanstown book place in last four of Sigerson Cup University of Ulster Jordanstown led from start to finish against city rivals St Mary s to book their place in next weekend s Sigerson Cup semi finals Returning Liam Watson hurt by his absence from Antrim Antrim s Liam Watson says he is looking forward to a return to Saffron colours this weekend and lays the blame for his absence over the last few years squarely at the feet of former manager Kevin Ryan Queen s bans cast doubts on showdown with Limerick Queen s University arrived in Limerick for the important Sigerson Cup quarter final against the University of Limerick still uncertain if the match would take place On song Antrim hurlers are ready to the hit high note Antrim hurling supporters certainly know when to pick the right moment to blast out their signature tune St Mary s College tipped to be a tough test for the UUJ stars St Mary s College manager Paddy Tally has admitted his side face an enormous task in taking on the star studded University of Ulster side today throw in 2pm at Jordanstown Derry boss Barton on a high but Down s Burns struggles With just two rounds of the Allianz Football League completed it could be said that the competition is still in its infancy Cavanagh return a fillip for Tyrone boss Harte Sean Cavanagh s return to fitness is viewed by Tyrone boss Mickey Harte as the perfect spur for his side to step up their bid to take the leap into Division One of the Allianz Football League more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented St Pat s and St Ronan s book spots in MacRory Cup semi finals GAA Cross may be punished for melee GAA Rueful Crossmaglen Rangers are no longer the kings of the Castle Armagh Antrim strike back to see off Derry Antrim Down made to dig deep by rugged Armagh Down Woman s body found

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/ (2016-02-15)
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  • County Antrim GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    as Dublin turned in an impressive second half performance to run out emphatic 14 point winners Neeson s double fires Antrim to first victory A strong second half display saw Antrim claim their first points in the Dr McKenna Cup as the Saffrons hit three goals two from sub Brian Neeson to see off Queen s at the Dub What s it really like being Gerry Adams son Politics is the last thing on my mind When he received his introduction to Gaelic football in the modest surroundings of Dunville Park on Belfast s Falls Road along with the rest of his classmates from St Finian s PS back in the 1970s Gearoid Adams little dreamt that this would prove the precursor to a lengthy McCann s return lifts Antrim Michael McCann s return to the Antrim fold has given joint managers Frank Fitzsimons and Gearoid Adams another fillip as they step up their efforts to launch a concerted bid to bring the side out of Division Four of the Allianz League Donnelly takes the Antrim top post Antrim have a new look county board in place after Monday night s County Convention Controversy as Antrim chiefs may overlook PJ O Mullan for hurling manager post The new Antrim hurling manager will be chosen after a series of interviews planned for tonight with the process already thrown into question Cargin on cloud nine after McCann double seals glory over Lamh Dhearg Cargin are celebrating their first Antrim Senior Football Championship success since 2006 following their nine point win over Lamh Dhearg at a sunny Ahoghill yesterday John McKillop Being Antrim champions is everything to us A couple of weeks ago Cushendall and Antrim hurler Neil McManus assessed the contribution of manager John McKillop on a wider scale to the Ruairi Og Cushendall club Cushendall fight back to beat Ballycastle for 13th Antrim senior title It was a case of lucky 13 for Ruairi Óg Cushendall in Dunloy as they tore up the fairytale script for Ballycastle McQuillans in their first Antrim hurling final in 14 years Antrim Hurling Championship semi put on hold as Liam Watson s father is taken ill The Antrim Hurling Championship semi final between reigning title holders Cushendall and Loughgiel at Dunloy had to be abandoned in the first minute of the second half yesterday when the father of Loughgiel forward Liam Watson who had been a spectator was suddenly more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Antrim strike back to see off Derry Antrim Maggie Farrelly has an assured debut with the whistle Antrim Returning Liam Watson hurt by his absence from Antrim Antrim Cushendall can realise All Ireland glory dream Antrim Cushendall fight back to beat Ballycastle for 13th Antrim senior title Antrim Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern

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  • County Armagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    give their Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup campaign a boost at the expense of Monaghan Must do better is Kieran McGeeney s message for attack It may be early days in the season but Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney has already laid it on the line to his attack get more scores Card frenzy as Orchard cut down in fiery battle Any lingering notion that the Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup is nothing more than a gentle preamble into the more serious business of the GAA season was emphatically kicked into touch as Cavan triumphed 2 8 to 0 11 over Armagh in this turbulent fractious encounter at Oliver Plunkett Park Crossmaglen yesterday Armagh ready to seize their chance to make amends Armagh will begin their quest for hurling redemption when they meet UUJ in the Conor McGurk Memorial Tournament at the Dub Playing Fields tomorrow 1 30 Armagh lose their bearings in the fog as Louth excel Tyrone will play Louth in Saturday s O Fiaich Cup final after the Wee County made light work of neighbours Armagh at a foggy Crossmaglen in the weather delayed semi final Armagh set for action after being frozen out The organisers of the O Fiaich Cup have no intention of allowing a sudden drop in temperature to sound the death knell for the competition Crossmaglen Rangers hoping to have home comforts for Cargin clash Crossmaglen Rangers joint manager Oisin McConville is keen to see his side be afforded the opportunity to play on their own Oliver Plunkett Park in the forthcoming Ulster Club championship Crossmaglen Rangers are taken to the wire yet again by Maghery For the second time in a fortnight Crossmaglen Rangers were put to the pin of their collar in the Armagh club championship before squeezing out a gallant Maghery side by 0 12 to 0 9 in a riveting semi final Daly quits Armagh as title bid ends in defeat Armagh reached the end of the All Ireland Ladies Football Senior Championship road with this semi final setback against Dublin and the players disappointment has now been compounded following the resignation of manager James Daly Armagh ladies left to fly flag for Ulster Armagh are now the only Ulster team left in the last four of the All Ireland Ladies senior football championship in which they will meet Dublin Armagh hit with fine over Dublin incident Armagh County Board has until Monday to decide whether it will appeal a fine handed down for their part in a pre match incident against Dublin Orchard left with fruitless summer after exit Everything comes to those who wait Galway a side whose recent history is littered with All Ireland Qualifier heartbreak six exits in seven years and on each occasion by a one point margin yesterday finally managed to hold their nerve in a pulsating Athletic Grounds climax to administer the last rites to Armagh s championship ambitions for this year McGeeney frustrated again by sloppy play Armagh manager Kieran

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/armagh/ (2016-02-15)
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  • County Cavan GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    a physically strong and well drilled UUJ side saw them overcome Cavan in freezing conditions at Breffni Park Cavan s Keating back with progress as his goal Eugene Keating is a man on a mission today When the burly Cavan full forward lines out against Roscommon in the second round of the All Ireland football qualifiers he hopes to convince manager Terry Hyland that he can provide the fire power that will help the team extend its involvement in the competition Close call as Cavan get over line Cavan 1 15 Westmeath 1 14 Westmeath s sprint finish wasn t enough to prevent Cavan progressing in this year s All Ireland SFC Qualifiers after a cracking clash at Kingspan Breffni Park Brawl set to impact future of Armagh and Cavan The powerful Central Competitions Control Committee looks set to come down hard on both Armagh and Cavan following the pre match fracas which tarnished last Sunday s Ulster Championship quarter final between the counties at the Athletic Grounds Armagh v Cavan Ulster Championship match marred by brawl A GAA investigation is under way after a mass brawl between players from Armagh and Cavan broke out before yesterday s Ulster Championship match had even started Armagh v Cavan fight mars GAA game before it even begins A GAA investigation is under way after a mass brawl between players from Armagh and Cavan broke out before yesterday s Ulster Championship match had even started Armagh v Cavan Eugene Keating fired up by positive thinking Eugene Keating s assessment that Cavan lost what was only a league final when they were beaten by Roscommon in the recent Division Two decider perhaps puts his team s confrontation with Armagh in the Ulster Championship on Sunday into sharp perspective Cian Mackey is aiming to cap return with glory Cian Mackey played a big part in helping to take Cavan into last year s All Ireland football quarter finals in which they were beaten by Kerry Cavan s Killian Clarke works hard to make it easy You will have seen Killian Clarke in action For a time during last summer s Championship he favoured a bright red pair of Nike boots that would catch anyone s eye Paul Grimley s relieved to welcome back key men for Cavan showdown When Armagh manager Paul Grimley was forced to replace five players immediately prior to the vital Allianz Football League Division Two tie against Donegal earlier this month it was felt that Jim McGuinness s side might canter to victory Cavan boss Peter Reilly hopes to emulate Tyrone s senior glory Four consecutive Ulster Under 21 football titles surely help to embellish the reputation of any county more Previous 1 2 3 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Cavan minors leave it late to snatch victory Cavan Danny Murphy lashes switch bid Cavan Cavan heroes determined to end Croke Park exile Cavan Cavan looking good for fourth straight title Cavan It s a cruise for Kerry in

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